British Airways extends codeshare settlement with Loganair – Enterprise Traveller

British Airways and Loganair have prolonged their codeshare partnership, in the identical week Loganair introduced new routes from Metropolis of Derry and Dundee to London Heathrow.

A complete of 11 new routes have been added to the prevailing code share settlement, which means prospects can now guide connecting journey onto 46 of Loganair’s UK routes by way of the British Airways web site.

The extra codeshare routes are:

  • Aberdeen to Newcastle
  • Belfast Metropolis to Dundee
  • Belfast Metropolis to Inverness
  • Isle of Man to Cornwall, Newquay
  • London Heathrow to Dundee
  • London Heathrow to Kirkwall, Orkney
  • London Heathrow to Sumburgh, Shetland
  • Southampton to Stornoway
  • Manchester to Sumburgh, Shetland
  • Manchester to Stornoway
  • Dublin to Inverness

BA Govt Membership members reserving journey on the chosen routes by way of will even be eligible to earn Avios and Tier factors.

Commenting on the information Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair’s chief government referred to as the hyperlink up with BA “a cherished partnership and one which additional consolidates our place because the go-to airline for connectivity throughout the UK”.

In the meantime Loganair additionally confirmed at the moment that it had acquired approval from the Division for Transport for the brand new routes from Heathrow, describing the providers as “a “gamechanger” for regional connectivity.

They signify the primary ever direct flights between Derry and Heathrow, whereas for Dundee it will likely be the restoration of a route final supplied virtually 40 years in the past.

“It is a milestone second for Loganair – and certainly for regional connectivity,” mentioned Hinkles.

“With approval from the Division for Transport and opening of worldwide connections for reserving with British Airways, we’re now all set for this transfer to Heathrow.

“It is going to be revolutionary for connectivity for Derry and Dundee and the areas that the airports serve, and the advantages might be felt as far afield as Orkney and Shetland too.”,